St. Anne's Career Advancement Programme (CAP) was introduced by the Ministry of Education to assist in reducing the number of students leaving high school starved of a sense of purpose, especially as it relates to their career path.
The school is one of 11 institutions launched during the pilot phase of the CAP in January 2010.
St. Anne's CAP is currently a one-year programme targeting youths aged 16-21 for skills training and certification.
Classes are held in:
• Nail Technology.
• Commercial Food Preparation.
Each student is assessed by The National Council on Technical and Vocational Education and Training (NCTVET) for vocational studies and City and Guilds for Mathematics and English skills.
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